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International Committee of the Red Cross President Peter Maurer stresses the organization’s commitment to support the Philippine Red Cross’ capacity to respond to emergencies and armed conflict situations
The Indian discipline of yoga is practiced by millions around the world and is hailed for its physical, spiritual, and mental health benefits
The convention is adopted following tough negotiations among different parties on issues like defining 'vulnerable groups'
All Filipino high school students grades 10 to 12, except those who have already been to Japan as part of previous Asian International Children's Film Festivals, are encouraged to submit their entries before the deadline on August 16, 2019
(4th UPDATE) Former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario is questioned in Hong Kong a month after the same thing happens to former ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales
This duty 'can be considered as another side of the right to life, which every individual enjoys under human rights law,' according to a 2016 paper
Duterte's shutdown order against Kapa still stands
'Men in Black: International' failed to meet box office expectations in North America on its opening weekend
'Marami na ang naloko at marami pa sa ating mga kababayan ang maloloko sa investment scam na ito kung hindi ito aaksiyunan ng mga mayor,' says Interior Secretary Eduardo Año
Protest actions call for decent work, permanent resident status upon arrival, universal services, and an end to discrimination and displacement of migrant workers
'Men in Black: International' is content with being ordinary
At the International Maritime Organization, the Philippines slams a Chinese vessel that sank a Filipino boat in the West Philippine Sea
'Kapa amassed wealth through an investment scam, in the guise of religion and at the expense of the investing public,' says Securities and Exchange Commission Chairperson Emilio Aquino
For a member, Kapa founder Pastor Joel Apolinario is the Moses who leads them and they are the Israelites persecuted by government for their love donations that return a 30% profit
'Para sa mga lider at miyembro ng Kapa, magfile ng kasong impeachment laban kay Duterte for culpable violation of the Constitution dahil sa pagbalewala nito sa kanilang religious freedom,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
From the hilly roads in Tagaytay to Mount Mayon in Albay, the Le Tour de Filipinas marks a decade of racing with a historic route
It's not true that Bayan and Gabriela released a statement about Kapa or the alleged protests against its shutdown
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses how you can finally transfer those long-overdue properties
The United States takes the lion's share of the blame for spreading fake news, followed by Russia and China, according to the annual Ipsos survey of more than 25,000 internet users in 25 countries
Salih Musa, a former head of a sharia court in Central Mindanao, says it is forbidden for Muslims to participate in schemes that give outrageous returns as it is already a form of usury
Kapa Ministry merges religion and social media to orchestrate one of the biggest investment scams in Philippine history
During a Cabinet meeting, President Duterte also hints at a revamp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, says Malacañang
The raid comes 3 days after a fire destroyed the office in Compostela town in northern Cebu
The Securities and Exchange Commission calls Kapa-Community Ministry's scheme the largest investment scam in recent Philippine history
A study published by the Center for International Media Assistance says that 15% of website cookies in the global south have no identifiable ownership
Residents of Barangay Maynonong in Tiwi, Albay, have received help after their village experienced landslides in December 2018, but their ultimate wish is to live in a place free from the threat of disaster
'When it is [too] good to be true, that is fraud,' President Rodrigo Duterte says of the get-rich-quick schemes offered by Kapa-Community Ministry International and others
The missions will be for stays of up to 30 days. As many as a dozen private astronauts could visit the ISS per year, says NASA.
The Philippines bows to a dominating China once again as the Azkals go down to 10 men
The International Monetary Fund expects the United States economy to grow by 2.6% in 2019, but says the country must quickly resolve its trade war with China
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde describes the United States and China's tit-for-tat tariffs as 'self-inflicted wounds that must be avoided'
The International Monetary Fund points to China's trade war with the United States, warning that 'growth will suffer'
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the guidelines for handling books of accounts
The police have been monitoring the Cebu operations of Kapa-Community Ministry International, an alleged investment scam
PRESS RELEASE: The national delegation comes home victorious after winning a Gold Award for Project Presentation and Finalist on Project Research
The military council has denied multiple reports of their forces violently dispersing the sit-in in front of army headquarters
The International Air Transport Association revises its 2019 collective net profit outlook down to $28 billion, as the US-China trade war escalates and costs go up
EXCLUSIVE: Documents show PDEA and BOC failed to flag a drug-packed January 2019 shipment. They put it up for auction in April, then found illegal drugs in it after 'raiding' its buyer in May.
The former beauty queen and actress comes closer to her dream of becoming a teacher
WHO voices concern at attempts by Philip Morris International to co-opt international efforts for its own campaign this week promoting new vaping and heated tobacco products as part of the solution to the world's smoking epidemic
Millions of people have fled the country as astronomical rises in the cost of consumer goods and broader economic woes have made food and basic supplies unobtainable for average people
The Philippine Tax Whiz answers the questions of a top withholding agent
Army spokesman Brigadier General Zaw Min Tun denies all allegations by Amnesty International, saying the military's operations were within the law and they 'avoided harming civilians'
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The clarification comes a day after the World Health Organization mistakenly said it had listed burnout in its International Classification of Diseases for the first time
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg do not attend the International Grand Committee on Big Data, Privacy, and Democracy despite being summoned by the Canadian Parliament
This is not the first time that locals have observed motorboat propeller injuries on sea turtles
The World Health Organization defines burnout as 'a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed'
'We can only do so much. The authorities still have the primary responsibility of providing sustainable solutions to help the people of Marawi,' says the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross
'The project is all about enhancing the skills of the youth to be employed,' says Philippine Business for Education Chair Ramon del Rosario